Algebra
posted by G65 .
Make a conjecture about the solution of a system of equations if the result of subtracting one equation from the other is 0 = 0
A. There are no solutions
b. there are infinite number of solutions
c. Cannot determine any solution
d. the solutions are inverses of each other

Algebra 
Reiny
If your variables disappear after performing valid algebraic operations, and
you end up with true statement, there are an infinite number of solutions
you end up with a false statement, there are no solutions.
so in your case the statement 0 = 0 is true, so ..... 
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G65
I don't understand?

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Write a system of three equations that represents how much food you should purchase.
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